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now. part of it is, frankly, anderson, 24/7 news, you make a mistake in this city now and you're toast for days. so, it's all of the above. but it can change. anderson, once people make up their mind, look, we are going to start doing things a little differently, we're going to go back and do some of the things that worked, part of it is generational, perhaps, and maybe with the next generation it will be different. >> i would say on a personal note, i wouldn't sell yourself short. it's good to have people there who know how to compromise, who know how to get things done and who have experience there. so, it's good to talk to you. >> thank you. >> good to talk to you, senator. >> appreciate it. >> follow us @andersoncooper. i'm tweeting about this. >>> a startling report from nbc, syrian military loading chemical weapons into a bomb and awaiting the president assad. we'll talk it over next. ♪ [ female announcer ] holiday cookies are a big job. everything has to be just right. perfection is in the details. ♪ get to holiday fun faster with pillsbury cookie dough. five days later, i h
they do believe the greater the stranglehold they have on regime forces in the city of aleppo grows, the greater the likelihood is that in a desperate attempt to somehow either regain control or wreak mass havoc on the population, the regime would not hesitate when it comes to employing these types of weapons. and of course, when it does come to chemical warfare, there is very little if anything anyone here can do to protect themselves against that. >> well, that was the follow. do they have any defenses, are there any defenses and what are they doing to prepare for the prospect if they think that it's real? >> reporter: they have nothing. they have absolutely nothing. the people here have not had anything to begin with to protect themselves from the bullets and the bombs, and most certainly when it comes to chemical warfare, they have no defenses whatsoever, bearing in mind, too, that this is a population that is not just struggling with the violence and the ongoing strikes and artillery raining around them, it is also a population that is barely able to make ends meet. the prices
perkins? according to the kansas city star perkins and belcher were madly in love but argued of late. the star added many people knew that belcher owned guns and enjoyed shooting but they'd never known him to be violent. not even close. nbc's bob costas on sunday night football took on the gun issue and started a twitter firestorm. >> you want some actual perspective on this? well, a bit of it comes from the kansas city-based writer jason whitlock with whom i do not always agree but who today said it so well that we may as well just quote or paraphrase from the end of his article. our current gun culture, whitlock wrote, ensures more and more domestic disputes will end in the ultimate tragedy. >> we'll talk about guns and crimes and domestic violence in a minute. first, casey wian is in kansas city this morning with the chiefs. good morning, casey. >> reporter: good morning, carol. police here are continuing to investigate why a successful national football league player and new father killed the mother of his child and then himself. the latest fatal tragedy involving an nfl player b
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republicans not as sure. >> bill plante, thank you. >>> police say they don't yet know why kansas city chiefs linebacker jovan belcher killed hi his girlfriend and then killed himself. we're at kansas city's arrowhead stadium where belcher's teammates played a game on the day after this murder suicide. manuel, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, norah. the chiefs' coach said it was teammates themselves who helped him decide to go ahead with eesterday's game. if for no other reason than to few their minds off the tragedy hor just a few hours. the kansas city chiefs beat the panthers panthers, 27-21, on sunday. tion -- ne, had they got that completion on the sidelines. >> reporter: but the win was no match for what their team had lost lost. a it's not easy. he was a friend, a brother. >> reporter: on saturday, police say 25-year-old linebacker jovan his er shot and killed kasandra perkins, his girlfriend and the mother of his 3-month-old 3-mo daughter at their home. he then drove to the chiefs' practice facility. o the parking lot he met and thanked the team's general in t manager and coa
the kansas city chiefs, new video shows belcher hours before he killed his girlfriend then himself. the first video shows police talking to belcher after they found him apparently sleeping in his car. he was not arrested and belcher told police he was going to an apartment to see a woman. listen now to what police told him in this video released by kansas city police. >> you live right here? you just need to go upstairs, dude. >> yeah -- okay, that's going to be your best bet. >> we're trying to cut you a break here. >> okay, now, look at the second dash cam video from just five hours later. officers here are responding to a second belcher 911 call and at this moment, belcher had killed the mother of his child and shot himself in front of his coaches. listen now to the officers learning who was behind the violence. >> we have a confirmed shooting and it is i believe belcher, of the chiefs, we have confirmed that. >> a dispatcher says belcher was outside of the player's entrance. >>> a shooting in california on an indian reservation leaf leaved two dead and one injured. he shot two and took of
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cities around the country. morning fog in new york, 60 degrees. partly sunny in miami, 79. clearing in chicago, 56. partly cloudy in dallas, 70 degrees. low clouds in l.a., 70. let's check your national forecast. the northwest is going to get hammered again. some areas could get as much as five inches of rain. and the mountain regions could see as much as two feet of snow. a cold front moves through great lakes and mississippi valley, bringing showers and thunderstorms, and it will be warm in the northeast and south with temperatures running 20 degrees above normal. >>> "cbs moneywatch" time now. auto sales rebound after hurricane sandy. and mitt romney bounces back with a new job. ashley morrison here in new york with that. >> asian markets saw a mixed day. tokyo's nikkei dropped a quarter percent while hong kong's hang seng added a fraction. >>> a report showing a decline in manufacturing sank stocks on wall street. the dow fell 59 points while the nasdaq lost eight points. >>> hurricane sandy gave a boost to the auto industry. analysts say it added up to 30,000 sales last month w
-- the city hall here for lansing. these roads are expected to be closed and you'll see thousands of blanketing the street, right up until the first vote, 10:00 a.m., the senate takes up the house measure. the house will take up the senate measure. they are expected to pass. once that happens, if that indeed does happen, brooke, it would go to the governor's desk where he's expected to sign it. >> as we anticipate that, want to point out a couple of polls here as we talk, alison, multiple polls taken in michigan, 600 people in michigan were asked it they support right to work generally and we have the numbers. here you go. more or less split, 54% favoring, 40% oppose. look at the same poll, the same group when presented with pros and cons of right to work, asked if they favor it, 51% say they oppose. 42% favor. when you look at this, alison, doesn't look like a very clear directive, does it? >> reporter: no, there is a disconnect there. when you see those polled, the 600 folks who live in michigan, who at first you look at that and they say, you know what, it is a good idea, the m
hospitals in the city that had to close down entirely. and that has meant that emergency rooms and other facilities in the remaining still open hospitals in the city have been overwhelmed with a big increase in patients. the whole thing was and is a mess. well, when we reported on that dire situation at the veterans hospital a few weeks ago, the most dire part of it was the prospect that it would never reopen. they were not even making estimates of when it might open again, if ever, which is a daunting thing for the largest city in the country which has a huge concentration of veterans. but as i said, this is the good news part of it. and there is some good news here. after refusing to initially say if that hospital was ever going to come back, the v.a. has finally announced a reopen date for that hospital. they say they will reopen the outpatient clinic, at least at the manhattan v.a. hospital in march. there is no word yet on when the in-patient facility will be open. but you know what? for a place that we didn't know was ever going to reopen ever, this is not a bad start. so that is t
over that. >>> john mcafee faces extradition again. he was rushed to the hospital in guatemala city yesterday after learning that his bid for asylum was declined. he's wanted for questioning in the murder of his neighbor. >>> he once ran for president of the united states of south carolina. now stephen colbert for senate? someone has already created a twitter account and scooped up the colbert for senate website. he actually can't run. >> and she would be insane to appoint him. right? >> i think he really lives in new jersey. >> well there's that. >> thank you. >>> 25 days until we fall off of the fiscal cliff. a new glimmer of hope that maybe a deal is in the works. president obama and speaker john boehner are meeting one-on-one trying to hash out a fiscal cliff deal before the end of the year. clearly that's the deadline. no other leaders in the room though. just the two of them. there are sources that confirm that staff members on both sides resumed talking on thursday as well. will those talks go anywhere? mr. baer is a managing director of the harbor group and he's with us this
this morning? a small city of grief. a state in mourning. a country with new questions about the price of freedom. good morning, everyone. and welcome to "weekends with alex witt." we're calling it a tragedy, but that particular word nor any other could describe what happened on a cold, bright winter morning in newtown, connecticut. i'm afraid the answers we try to provide in the next hour to the most pressing questions will feel inat adequate to all of us, but we'll try with an admitedly heavy heart. here is what we know. there are new details to report among the 28 people dead are 20 schoolchildren, ages 5 to 10, and the gunman, who also killed his mother, prior to the massacre. this is the nation's second deadliest shooting. 33 people died at virginia tech in 2007. at this hour, investigators are working to learn as much as they can about the gunman. he's been identified as 20-year-old adam lanza. so far, authorities have not spoken publicly about a possible motive. ♪ >> the community is in mourning, at least 2,000 gathered for a vigil last night at a local church, lighting candle
. >> can i say this quickly? go ahead. >> no, at the meacham residence in music city, usa, nashville, firsthand experience on this, people knock on his front door, and he sits by the fire in a cardigan sweater. do you or don't you? and people knock on the door. >> with cigars. >> little schoolchildren with their school books tied up with a belt. >> yes. >> and they come up and they say, mr. meacham, would you sign a book for me? and they come in and he signs books by the fire. >> that is true. >> he's huge down there. >> thank you. >> do you know why willie was there? >> why's that? >> he was being inducted not into the overall vanderbilt hall of fame but the student media hall of fame. at vanderbilt. >> what does that mean? >> it's a proud group. name grantland rice mean anything to you? >> looking at me, la ti freakin' da. >> i meant that as a compliment, people knocking on the door just for a moment with jon meacham. >> by the way, they are still clapping from election night. >> good. they're not upset about the alcohol problem? >> no, no. but the last question i got was, who on t
from the kansas city base writer jason whitlock with whom i do not always degree but today said it so well that we may as well just quote or paraphrase from the end of his article. our current culture ensures that more and more domestic disputes will end in the ultimate tragedy and more convenience store confrontations over loud music coming from a car will leave more teenage boys bloodied and dead. handguns do not enhanks our safety. they exacerbate our flaws, temperature us to escalate arguments and bait us into embracing confrontation rather than aroiding it. in the coming days, javon belcher's actions will be analyzed. who knows, but here wrote jason whitlock is what i believe. if javon belcher didn't possess a gunering and kasandra perkins would both be alive today. >> joining me now, bob costas. bob, thank you for joining us. i'm wondering when you decided you were going to have to say something, obviously you would have to say something about this horrible murder-suicide that occurred, nfl player killing the mother of his child right in front of his child, in front of his own m
. to set the scene, only about 80 miles from new york city and 40 miles or so from hartford. under 2,000 people live in newtown. it's a small community not far from danbury, connecticut. peaceful and wonderful place where we heard from a lost individuals with families who moved there because the school system is considered excellent there and despite the sandy hook elementary school, kindergarten to fourth great is a wonderful school although this tragedy devastated so many folks. >> reporter: yeah. people had such high praise for the school system here and it has been described as a sleepy new england town. it's lined with beautiful homes on a very quiet road here. the shock is such an under statement to say that that's what people are saying. they just hear it over and over again that people never thought something like this can happen. >> they can't believe it and it is unbelievable, but it happened and it's real unfortunately. so real. mary, stand by. adam reece is in hoboken, new jersey across the river from new york city. he is joining us. what's the connection, explain to the
in hartford. new york city, 38 degrees right now. the rest of the country, it's really the northern half of the country that's seeing the rain right now. the southern half enjoying a lot of sunshine through the day today. temperatures are a little bit cold, though. kansas city, 43, but denver at 30. that's the cooler air that is going to start working in here as we head into this afternoon. chicago, 43 with some rain today. minneapolis, a mix of rain and snow. then as we go into the weekend, it does look like that rain and snow sticks around in minneapolis. not a whole lot of accumulation, though. and the rest of the northeast, just a few showers, especially saturday morning. that is a check on your forecast. you are watching "morning joe" brewed by starbucks. americans believe they should be in charge of their own future. how they'll live tomorrow. for more than 116 years, ameriprise financial has worked for their clients' futures. helping millions of americans retire on their terms. when they want. where they want. doing what they want. ameriprise. the strength of a leader in retiremen
but sadly i was in another hotel room in another city covering another tragedy with a gun and young people. >> yeah. >> thank you very much. >> tragedy here in connecticut is tough for the entire community and those not directly affected still want to make a difference. we'll hear from them. [ sniffs ] i have a cold. [ sniffs ] i took dayquil but my nose is still runny. [ male announcer ] truth is, dayquil doesn't treat that. really? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus fights your worst cold symptoms, plus it relieves your runny nose. [ breathes deeply ] awesome. [ male announcer ] yes, it is. that's the cold truth! to come home for the holidays. that's double miles you can actually use... sadly, their brother's white christmas just got "blacked out." [ brother ] but it's the family party! really jingles your bells, doesn't it? my gift to you! the capital one venture card! for any flight, any time! that's double miles you can actually use! how illuminating. what's in your wallet? let me guess, am i on the naughty list again? ho ho ho! let me guess, am i on the naughty list again? ...so as
england hamlet. home to fewer than 30,000 people, 60 miles north of new york city. founded in 1705, it played a role in the revolutionary war and the underground railroad. this is the place where the game scrabble was invented, where the town's symbol is a rooster. where people move for safety and schools. >> people come to newtown for the schools. the husbands will sacrifice the commute just to come to newtown because it's a little bit farther than anywhere else. >> reporter: this beautiful, bucolic spot is a strange, surreal backdrop for tactical teams in full body armor, with long guns drawn. >> really? here in newtown? this small town. you read about this everywhere else but here. and it's heart wrenching for the children. for the parents and grandparents and everybody. >> reporter: it feels like a dream and a bad dream. >> it's a nightmare. >> reporter: as reality sinks in here, the feeling of one foloca describes as magical insulation, has been shattered. >> they keep saying on the tv, newtown's such a nice town. it doesn't matter. nice town, not a nice town. it could happen
in washington, d.c. every day, a city that has outlawed guns but still has a very high crime rate, and the husband of a public schoolteacher, i just wanted to see my wife and two kids as quickly as possible and hug them and know that they're okay. like all other parents, i think, in the country, including the president felt when we heard the news yesterday. >> well, i can echo that. i have two children and i hugged them both last night. all three of us were crying just at the loss of innocence and the horrific nature of all of this. believe me, i couldn't get close enough to them. but jimmy, where do you think the tipping point is now? where is it that we might all come to agreement on this issue? >> i think the president's going to be strong on this issue. frankly there were grumblings prior to the campaign that were very quiet about the white house pushing a gun control agenda in his second term if he won. well, here we are. the question becomes, what happens in the house and what happens in the senate. let's talk about the senate. i've never worked in the house. i don't know ho
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